Standard Manufacturing Now Sells AR-15 Parts

Not too long ago we announced that Standard Manufacturing expanded their AR-15 line with their new model C STD-15 rifle. While the name is chuckle-worthy, the rifle itself looks to be a solid option for shooters that are looking for a left handed rifle. Standard seems to be pushing hard on the AR-15 front with their recent announcements.

In addition to the STD series of rifles, Standard makes the DP12 shotgun as well. The DP-12 has been covered rather well by just about every firearms new outfit on the planet thanks to its double barrel, pump action design. It appears that since I last looked at the Standard website they have added both red AND blue snakeskin finishes. Awesome.

What is exciting is that Standard will now be offering AR-15 parts much like DPMS and Stag already do. Looking at their prices, they seem to be rather competitive compared to other retailers. While we might scoff at the new parts source now, in several months when the whole industry is on its head that extra source for parts is really going to make a lot of builders quite happy.

You can check the selection of AR-15 parts out by visiting their web page HERE, MSRP for the parts start at $8.50 and go up to $165 for a 10″ Keymod rail.

Patrick R

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  • zaqzilla

    So is everyone & their cousin. If you want me interested start shipping the SKO shotguns.

    • TDog


    • ozzallos .

      Yay, AR parts, yay.

  • Giolli Joker

    The red snakeskin pattern was developed for some specific group in Haiti?

  • Edeco

    They need to do one of these with double triggers (1) because it’s classy (2) so one can fire both nigh at once.

    Sometimes I wonder if this group and others don’t do selectors due to doubt that the gun can handle a firing full broadside so to speak. Not saying that’s bad, one sometimes wants things built but not overbuilt. But you know, when a gun is this crazy to begin with, my tendency is to want to see it pushed as far as it will go.

    • Hensley Beuron Garlington

      I second this. Its a cool firearm, but I feel its just overweight for what it is without being able to fire both barrels at once.

  • Bill

    What kind of drugs do you take to think up that finish?

    “New AR Parts Maker:” IOW that means it’s Monday.

    • Twilight sparkle

      lsd and a touch of mdma just for shiggles.

      Don’t these guys know that new AR parts makers are only supposed to be announced on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s? Monday’s are supposed to be reserved for glock hype and shot show previews